Nail bar, now open at home
If you believe your nails to be a canvas to flaunt art but are time-strapped or find it too expensive to splurge at a nail bar, it's possible to create designs with DIY nail art products that have hit the market. Dhara Vora picked some of the best looks in town
Twin colour kit
Revlon’s dual-colour sets with a fine brush are great for those who love to draw a design of their choice. These are available in 30 in-trend shades.
At Revlon kiosks at multi-brand outlets.
As a kid many of us loved stickers. Now sporting a trendy nail design is as simple as using a sticker. We loved the rhinestone-encrusted nail stickers by L’Oréal Paris, which will help you get party-ready in a jiffy.
For 299 (pack of 18)
At L’Oréal stores and kiosks at multi-brand outlets.
Gel nail paint
Love the glossy finish of gel nails but don’t like having falsies on your fingers? Try Lakmé’s Absolute Gel Stylist that aims to give your nails a plump glossy look a la gel nails.
For 400, in eight shades
At Lakme stores and kiosks at multi-brand outlets.
Nail art stampers are the easiest way to get great patterns on your nails. Apply a drop of special stamp colour on the plate (in pic) and transfer the design on your nail with the help of a stamp. Ebay is a nail art paradise with products that include rhinestones, pens, 3D art accessories and stamper sets.
For Stamper sets start from 249
Log on to ebay.in